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March 25, 1968
Hungarian Premier János Káadár and the U.S.S.R.'s Leonid Brezhnev and Nikolai Podgorny tucked in (below) at a luncheon party which Káadár no doubt put on the Communist equivalent of the old expense account. He was...
July 04, 1966
April 25, 1966
Ever since December when Houston Sportswriter Jack Gallagher compared the management of the Oilers to that of the slipshod Cuban government, Owner Bud Adams has nursed a grievance. "Hello, Skinhead," was Adams'...
October 11, 1965 | Charles Goren
A pitcher who once did an occasional job of low-bridging enemy batters found himself in high bridge circles for the first time at the recent Lone Star Sectional tournament in Houston and gave a pretty good account of...
September 28, 1964 | Ted O'Leary
Most people think Dizzy Dean pitched his last big-league game in 1941—but that only shows how ignorant they are